See also: Ө, Θ, and Ɵ

ɵ U+0275, ɵ
LATIN SMALL LETTER BARRED O
ɴ
[U+0274]
IPA Extensions ɶ
[U+0276]
U+1DB1, ᶱ
MODIFIER LETTER SMALL BARRED O

[U+1DB0]
Phonetic Extensions Supplement
[U+1DB2]

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ɵ

  1. (IPA) a close-mid central rounded vowel.
    (superscript ⟨ᶱ⟩) [ɵ]-coloring or a weak, fleeting, epenthetic or echo [ɵ].
  2. (Teuthonista) (as IPA).
  3. (phonetics) a mid rounded reduced vowel.

Usage notes edit

The Teuthonista central rounded vowels, from high/close to near-open, are:

ʉ ɵ ϶

The IPA provides two letters for reduced vowels: low/open ɐ and mid ə. These are not defined for rounding. For languages such as English, French and Russian that have additional or just different reduced vowels, some sources use the non-IPA letters ᵿ and for high/close rounded and unrounded reduced vowels, or redefine IPA ɵ for a specifically rounded mid reduced vowel.

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ɵ (upper case Ɵ)

  1. (obsolete) A letter of the Unified Northern Alphabet, Yañalif and similar orthographies, used during the short-lived Soviet Latinization campaign of the 1930s.
    Languages with this letter were Altai (Oyrot), Balkar, Bashkir, Buryat, Crimean Tatar, Kazakh, Kalmuk, Karakalpak, Karachay, Khakas, Kyrgyz, Lak, Nogai, Selkup, Tatar, Turkmen and Uighur.

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ɵ (upper case Ɵ)

  1. (Liberia) A letter of the Dan alphabet.

Uyghur edit

Pronunciation edit

IPA(key): /ø/

Letter edit

ɵ (upper case Ɵ)

  1. A letter of the Uyghur New Script of China

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